One's "reformed" view of soteriology usually doesn't have much bearing on one's view of the gifts of the Spirit. Thus, he can be reformed and charismatic, or reformed and third-wave.
Good point, and I would add that the reformed view does extend beyond soteriology and places God at the center of all doctrine. And so while Grudem is definitely a non-cessationist, I wouldn't lump him together with most of the heavy hitters of the third wave/charismatic movement ie Bill Johnson, Rick Joyner, etc.
as mentioned, I enjoy Michael Brown alot!
I would recommend a man who is probably unknown to you all, David Petts, he was, until suffering a stroke, a lecturer at our AoG bible college, and still sits in on lectures there, and a regular guest speaker at our church. I was always completely engrossed with his studies. He recently published a book on the communion which is brilliant and has other books out too.